Are cheetos vegetarian? (only answer if youre 100% sure)?!


Question: Wow, I can't believe that out of all these answers, only Jessica was able to answer it correctly (and I don't even mean that her answer was correct, just that she coherently read the question and gave a relevant answer). Are people not reading it right or do they really not get it?? Anyway, to answer the Cheetos question:

Regular Cheetos are vegetarian (I'm assuming it's obvious to EVERYone that they're not vegan?). Hot (spicy) Cheetos are not vegetarian. They contain sodium caseinate, which is activated by rennet.



Answers: Wow, I can't believe that out of all these answers, only Jessica was able to answer it correctly (and I don't even mean that her answer was correct, just that she coherently read the question and gave a relevant answer). Are people not reading it right or do they really not get it?? Anyway, to answer the Cheetos question:

Regular Cheetos are vegetarian (I'm assuming it's obvious to EVERYone that they're not vegan?). Hot (spicy) Cheetos are not vegetarian. They contain sodium caseinate, which is activated by rennet.


no i just look at their website for you
it says
CHEETOS? Bacon Cheddar on Cheese Flavored Crackers (pork)

look here to find out

http://www.fritolay.com/fl/flstore/cgi-b...

I'm 100% sure there's no meat in Cheetos. There's no nutritional value in them either. Eat an apple instead.

Cheese made with animal rennet :-(

cheetos's HAVE CHEESE IN THEM. look on the ingredient list
you will see cheese listed


http://www.cheetos.com/retro/parents_pro...
no all ingredients for different flavours here


no there are not, a vegetarian can eat it but not a vegan because cheese dosen't kill the animal

Sorry not 100% sure
But i remenber hearing that hot cheetos have pork enzymes


lacto/lacto-ovo vegetarian, yes. Vegan, no.

Who gives a rip if they are good. AND they are .. .cheetos and coke . . . I'm going to get some.





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